Red Lines and Keep Out Signs
300 Years of Discrimination, Divestment & Displacement In New Orleans
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Thursday, April 26, 2018
6:00 PM – 8:00 PM
4035 Washington Ave
New Orleans, LA 70125
Join GNOFHAC for a panel discussion on 300 years of segregation in New Orleans with Dr. Stacy Seicshnaydre, Associate Professor of Law at Tulane Law School, Dr. Robert Collins, Professor of Urban Studies and Public Policy at Dillard University, and Cashauna Hill, Executive Director at GNOFHAC. The panel will be moderated by Maxwell Ciardullo, Director of Policy and Communications at GNOFHAC. The panelists will discuss the findings of their new Data Center report, Rigging the Real Estate Market: Segregation, Inequality, and Disaster Risk. Check out our Facebook event for more information!
Public Transportation to Propeller (4035 Washington Ave)
Propeller is very easily accessible by New Orleans’ public transportation system. We are adjacent to the intersection of Washington Ave and S Broad Ave, the second-busiest transit hub in the city. It is served by the 27, 28, and 94 RTA bus lines. The stop is “Washington at S Broad.”
The 94 Broad starts in New Orleans East, runs through Gentilly, and ends right next to Propeller, at the Washington at S Broad intersection.
The 28 M.L. King runs from downtown to uptown. If you are coming from downtown, take the 28 M.L. King towards Napoleon at Tchoupitoulas. If you are coming from uptown, take the 28 M.L. King towards S. Rampart at Canal.
The 27 Louisiana runs from the riverside to City Park, in Mid City. If you are coming from Mid City, take the 27 Louisiana towards Louisiana at Tchoupitoulas. If you are coming from the riverside, take the 27 Louisiana towards Orleans at City Park.
A single ride (no transfer) is $1.25. An all-day Jazzy Pass is $3.00. You can find more information about bus fares here.
Questions? Contact Olivia Seideman, Propeller’s Community Outreach Associate, at (504) 323-4751 or at firstname.lastname@example.org. She can help you navigate New Orleans’ transportation system.